Emergency services flocked to provide urgent medical care to a tree surgeon this afternoon after the man had fallen from a tree near Achleek.
An innovative project in the Highlands will see classes in mental health resilience delivered to pupils.
Scotland's first community-owned school was officially opened yesterday in Ardnamurchan.
A west coast artist has published a book on his experiences after he became lost in the Far East.
Highland Council has said it is open to hearing ideas on how to attract teachers to the region.
A sheepdog that was lost and feared dead after plunging 20ft from the side of a cliff was rescued by coastguard crews armed with dog biscuits.
The current Corran Ferry service isn’t sustainable, with two ageing vessels and a crewing situation becoming critical.
A school owned by the community and leased to the council opened its doors to pupils for the first time31 yesterday.
Firefighters across the world are known for their close ties - but one unit on the Ardnamurchan peninsula are much closer than most because they are members of the same family.
Community leaders on a remote north peninsula are poised to appoint a project worker to aid in their fight to ensure a vital health service in the area remains.
Locals campaigners were “disappointed” that health bosses failed to attend a meeting to discuss the future of a care home in the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
Lifeboat crews across the north were out in force yesterday dealing with a number of stranded vessels.
Villagers of Strontian on the remote Ardnamurchan peninsula have launched a bid to buy a former visitor information centre that was shut last year.
Mairi McFarlane embraced a totally different lifestyle when she swapped pounding the beat in Glasgow, to becoming a crofter tending cattle, sheep and pigs on Scotland’s wild, west coast.
When walking along a beach, it’s not unusual for people to pick up a pretty shell.
Lochaber residents are calling for an end to an alleged “cloak and dagger approach” to long-term care solutions in their area.
Highland Council has strongly denied there was any “conspiracy of silence” following the breakdown of the Corran Ferry last month.
The Corran Ferry in Lochaber is back in operation after five days of disruption.
A restoration project on a Highland church has now reached a "critical" stage.
A man from Lochaber has become the first person to complete a marathon in one of the country's most remote and inhospitable places.
Four million tonnes of rock could be extracted from a Lochaber quarry in order to create freshwater lagoons.
The standard of Gaelic teaching at a Lochaber school has been recognised with a top education award.
Members of a ferry crew in Lochaber have been praised for coming to the aid of a motorist who had taken ill.
An international businessman who admitted historic sex offences in Lochaber has been ordered to pay his victim £10,000 in compensation.
Highland residents are being warned of the increased risk of wildfires in the region.
The work of two Lochaber teachers was recognised when they received a joint award.
A cyclist is still in hospital after being seriously injured at a remote location in Lochaber at the weekend.
A TV series - billed as a unique social experiment to create a new, self-sufficient community in the Scottish wilderness - has seen more than a third of participants quit.
It is supposed to be a brave new world.
Two Highland women will spend the next two years trying to save one of the most critically endangered molluscs in the world.
A conservation group set up to save the Scottish wildcat - one of the most endangered animals in the world - is celebrating the success of its most productive season ever.
Firefighters have tackled a kitchen fire at a commercial premises in Lochaber.